Monday, April 18, 2011

A Tribute To The Stars Of Facebook. Hmm...

Hyundai Takes 3D Mapping To The Extreme. Hmm...

One-Man-Band, Jeremy Loops. Hmm...


Bringing something fresh, eclectic and accessible to South Africa's music scene, Jeremy Loops, with his loop pedal and bazillion instruments, is fast becoming on of the best live acts in the country.

Tidy Street Takes On The Power Shortage. Hmm...

In Brighton, England, a group of residents living on Tidy Street are recording their daily electricity use on a giant infographic painted on the road outside their homes. The project has been running for roughly three weeks and already the participants' electricity use has dropped by 15 percent. Powerful stuff.

Broken Bells Channels Hall & Oats. Hmm...


Broken Bells uses Hall & Oates’ 20-year-old ‘Private Eyes' music video to launch their new single The Ghost Inside. Thank you After Effects!

Facebook Takes Down SAS Airlines. Hmm...


No, not for realsies, just online. Basically,  CP+B Europe helped their client, SAS Airlines, implement an awesomely smart promo idea on their Facebook page (watch the video) that did 3 interesting things: 

1) Got tons of people competing for free flights.
2) Violated Facebook's Terms and Conditions while doing it and got shut down.
3) Generated huge PR for SAS Airlines in the process.

High 5 Crispin Porter Europe!

Nike's Film About Surfer Girls. Hmm...


It's called Leave A Message and it looks incredible. It'll be available for download May 24th. 

James Jarvis Helps Coke Celebrate It's 125th Birthday. Hmm...